Coupe Du Congo - Winners

Winners

Winners were:

  • 1961 : FC Saint Eloi Lupopo (Lubumbashi) 5-1 AS Vita Club (Kinshasa)
  • 1962-63 : not played
  • 1964 : DC Motema Pembe (Kinshasa)
  • 1965 : AS Dragons (Kinshasa)
  • 1966 : TP Mazembe (Lubumbashi)
  • 1967 : TP Mazembe (Lubumbashi)
  • 1968 : FC Saint Eloi Lupopo (Lubumbashi)
  • 1971 : AS Vita Club (Kinshasa)
  • 1972 : AS Vita Club (Kinshasa)
  • 1973 : AS Vita Club (Kinshasa)
  • 1974 : CS Imana (Kinshasa)
  • 1975 : AS Vita Club (Kinshasa)
  • 1976 : TP Mazembe (Lubumbashi)
  • 1977 : AS Vita Club (Kinshasa)
  • 1978 : CS Imana (Kinshasa)
  • 1979 : TP Mazembe (Lubumbashi)
  • 1980 : Lubumbashi Sport
  • 1981 : AS Vita Club (Kinshasa)
  • 1982 : AS Vita Club (Kinshasa)
  • 1983 : AS Vita Club (Kinshasa)
  • 1984 : CS Imana (Kinshasa) 1-2 1-0 AS Vita Club (Kinshasa)
  • 1985 : DC Motema Pembe (Kinshasa)
  • 1986 : AS Kalamu (Kinshasa)
  • 1987 : AS Kalamu (Kinshasa)
  • 1988 : AS Kalamu (Kinshasa)
  • 1989 : AS Kalamu (Kinshasa)
  • 1990 : DC Motema Pembe (Kinshasa)
  • 1991 : DC Motema Pembe (Kinshasa)
  • 1992 : US Bilombe
  • 1993 : DC Motema Pembe (Kinshasa)
  • 1994 : DC Motema Pembe (Kinshasa) 2-0 AS Bantous (Mbuji-Mayi)
  • 1995 : AC Sodigraf (Kinshasa) 4-0 OC Mbongo Sport (Mbuji-Mayi)
  • 1996 : AS Dragons (Kinshasa)
  • 1997 : AS Dragons (Kinshasa) 2-1 AS Vita Club (Kinshasa)
  • 1998 : AS Dragons(Kinshasa) 1-0 AS Sucrière (Kwilu Ngongo)
  • 1999 : AS Dragons (Kinshasa) 3-2 (a.p.) AS Paulino (Kinshasa)
  • 2000 : TP Mazembe (Lubumbashi) 2-0 AS Saint-Luc (Kananga)
  • 2001 : AS Vita Club (Kinshasa) 3-0 AS Veti Club (Matadi)
  • 2002 : US Kenya (Lubumbashi) 2-1 SM Sanga Balende (Mbuji-Mayi)
  • 2003 : DC Motema Pembe (Kinshasa) 2-0 TP Mazembe (Lubumbashi)
  • 2004 : SC Cilu (Lukala) 1-0 AS Saint-Luc (Kananga)
  • 2005 : AS Vita Kabasha 1-1 (4-2 pen) SC Cilu (Lukala)
  • 2006 : DC Motema Pembe (Kinshasa) 4-1 AS Dragons (Kinshasa)
  • 2007 : Maniema Union (Kindu) 2–1 FC Saint Eloi Lupopo (Lubumbashi)
  • 2008 : OC Bukavu Dawa (Bukavu) 2-0 DC Virunga (Goma)
  • 2009 : DC Motema Pembe (Kinshasa) 0-0 (5-4 pen) AS Dragons (Kinshasa)
  • 2010 : DC Motema Pembe (Kinshasa) 3-0 AS Ndoki a Ndombe (Boma)
  • 2011 : US Tshinkunku (Kananga) 1-1 (4-3 pen) AS Veti Club (Matadi)
  • 2012 : CS Don Bosco (Lubumbashi) 4-0 AS Veti Club (Matadi)

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